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Concrete Cow premieres beer in cans

Rexam has partnered with craft brewer Concrete Cow, to launch the brand’s first ever beer in cans. Branching out from their bottled beer portfolio, the Concrete Cow MK IPA cans have been designed by Rexam and are inspired by the local Milton Keynes area, which is home to Concrete Cow, the famous Concrete Cow monuments […]

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intu Trafford Centre gets ‘canny’

The intu Trafford Centre, a large shopping and leisure complex in Manchester, UK, is aiming to recycle more than one million drinks cans, following the unveiling of 243 can collectors at various sites throughout the shopping centre. The scheme, which has been implemented by the free to use Every Can Counts recycling programme, will aim […]

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U.Can Cook with new app

UK consumers spent £2.3 billion on canned food last year, with an increase from the previous year of over 26 million people purchasing canned food goods. What’s more these store cupboard staples are now being consumed in over 99% of UK households. To meet this popularity, Canned Food UK has launched a smart new app […]

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Cap Can for Cock’n Bull

Cock’n Bull Ginger Beer – the original Moscow Mule mixer – has added the Rexam 24oz Cap Can with closure technology from Dayton Systems Group (DSG) to its packaging lineup. This packaging option gives consumers the ability to reseal the beverage should they not wish to consume it in a single serve. “This 24 oz. […]

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Coke CCE looks to the future of manufacturing

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has released the initial findings from its industry research partnership with Cranfield University; a white paper entitled Sustainable Manufacturing for the Future. The paper considers the current and future landscape of sustainable manufacturing across the food and drink industry in Great Britain, investigating the challenges and opportunities the industry needs to address […]

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Let’s can hunger

During Ball Corporation’s 2015 “Let’s Can Hunger” food drive, the company’s North American employees donated more than 170,000 pounds of canned food and raised more than $215,000 in monetary contributions.

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